In my last post, I shared my list of viable tools for videoconferencing. Several clients then requested that we use my preferred tool, Google Hangouts, for our next meeting. The only glitch was that they were unsure about how it worked. Perfect subject for a new blog post! If you don't already have a Google account, I highly recommend that you set one up. Google provides an entire suite of applications, which includes Hangouts, Gmail, YouTube, Drive, and Docs. As a designer/developer, I also … [Read more...] about Let’s Use Google Hangouts for Our Meeting!
Overview After I moved to Florida, I taught my graphic design class at Lasell College remotely for the first time. It took a lot of discussion, thought, and research. During the previous year, I completed Lasell's professional development course on online teaching and got my certification. Teaching online doesn’t involve regular face-to-face interactions that adhere to a traditional schedule. Students can do the classwork on their own time, from any location. Teaching remotely has a … [Read more...] about Free Videoconferencing Tools for Remote Teaching
The federal government has a very useful website for small businesses: https://www.usa.gov/business You'll find all sorts of resources for: building a small biz community asking questions & discussing issues starting a small biz registrations, licenses, & permits legal compliance expanding your business I was checking out the green biz practices this morning (thank you Jessica http://twitter.com/Mangojess). There used to be a nifty 10-step green guide for new business that … [Read more...] about Useful Site for Small Businesses (w/ green biz section!)